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The History of the Church Known As the Unitas Fratrum Or the Unity of the Bret

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The History of the Church Known As the Unitas Fratrum Or the Unity of the Bret
Edmund Alexander De Schweinitz
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Two others present themselves which are insurmountable. In the first place, Reiser was no Waldensian ; in the second, Goll wholly fails to account for the consecration at Basle. It would be absurd to suppose that Nicholas Pilgram had been connected with that act ; for it took place not long after the battle of Lipan, when he and the whole remnant of Taborite leaders were hiding behind the strong walls of Tabor.
But the historic character of the episcopate of the Unitas Fratrum does not stand or
... fall with the above account of the origin of the Waldensian episcopate. That character depends rather upon the question whether the deputies of the Synod of Lhota were actually consecrated Bishops by the Waldensian Bishops. If this is conceded, then these bishops must have had a legitimate episcopate even if the way in which they obtained it can not be satisfactorily explained. For it has been shown, and is confessed by Goll, that one of the chief reasons why the Brethren sought the episcopacy was the desire to establish a ministry which would endorses the narrative, and says that the Utraquists maintained it to be correct.

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